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The Bowery Presents South says
The Bowery Presents:
w/ Sima Cunningham, Victor St. Baloo
Tuesday January 26
8:30pm Doors // $10 ADV
Twitter: @marrowtweets @simacunningham

Marrow -

Marrow is a brand new band featuring former Kids These Days members Macie Stewart (keys/guitar/vocals), Liam Cunningham (guitar/vocals) and Lane Beckstrom (bass/vocals), along with drummer Matt Carroll. They released their two-song debut EP, "TWO," in December 2013. Both songs can be heard in the short film the band made with videographer Austin Vesely to accompany the release.

Sima Cunningham -

Sima Cunningham has been on the Chicago music scene since her first album, Squeeze, which she recorded at age 15 with one of Chicago's leading independent rock producers, Brian Deck. In high school, she performed and recorded with the rock group The Audians, but has since been traveling and performing with musicians in different countries around the world, including Venezuela, Armenia, and Ireland. In 2008, the Chicago Sun-Times recognized her as one of the "Women to Watch Under 30″ and music critic Jim Derogatis heralded her as "an incredibly powerful and self-assured performer, with a smoky, sexy voice." In 2014, she self-released the wolf that eats the sheep, an EP recorded by Brian Deck at Minbal Studios in Chicago with celebrated Chicago musicians Dorian Gehring, Lane Beckstrom, Charles Rumback and Liam Kazar. In August 2014, Cunningham debuted her new experimental rock duo with Macie Stewart (of Marrow), called HOMME. The duo is releasing their first project in late 2015 and released the single "Fingerprints" in March.

2015 brought a number of new, exciting collaborations. In January, Cunningham was invited to lend background vocals to the Jeff Tweedy produced Richard Thompson album, Still, and performed with Thompson at the Solid Sound Festival in June. In March, she joined the Tweedy band (featuring Jeff Tweedy, Spencer Tweedy, Liam Kazar, Jim Elkington, and Darin Gray) for a month long U.S. tour as a vocalist. She also lent some vocals to the new Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment record, Surf, and joined Chance the Rapper and his band on stage for his headlining set at the 2015 Pitchfork Music Festival. She also performs as part of the indie-chamber group Passerines.

Cunningham also works as a music presenter. She hosts and curates a monthly singer-songwriter focused series called I Hear Voices at Chicago's premiere venue for improvised and groundbreaking music, Constellation. For the past 8 summers, she has organized a small music and art festival, Postock, on a farm in Southern Wisconsin. She co-owns and manages a recording studio, Foxhall, where she is currently working on her new record with Chicago producer and engineer, Dorian Gehring.
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